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      Corridor of Mirrors

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      83% Tomatometer 6 Reviews 33% Audience Score Fewer than 50 Ratings In this atmospheric drama, Paul Mangin (Eric Portman) is a wealthy British artist fixated on history, particularly the Renaissance period. When Paul falls for Mifanwy Conway (Edana Romney), a pretty young woman, he begins to believe that he was her lover in an earlier life. While Paul's preoccupation with the past initially seems harmless, it grows to become an all-consuming obsession that takes over his life and threatens others, most notably the lovely Mifanwy. Read More Read Less Now in Theaters Now Playing Buy Tickets

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      Kim Newman Sight & Sound It embraces its ridiculousness completely and draws power from owning up to just how insane it is. Jul 30, 2018 Full Review Christopher Lloyd The Film Yap This curious mix of twisted romance, film noir and Gothic horror featured stage star Edana Romney in her first -- and only -- major screen role. Rated: 3.5/5 Apr 18, 2022 Full Review Lauren Humphries-Brooks Citizen Dame Even if Corridor of Mirrors is ultimately insubstantial, that is also a part of its charm, and its strangeness. It might be odd, a little meandering, and occasionally incoherent, but then...that's what dreams are made of. Dec 30, 2021 Full Review Matt Brunson Film Frenzy Here's a movie in which the thick atmosphere probably should have received star billing alongside the actors. Rated: 3/4 Oct 29, 2021 Full Review Michael Barrett PopMatters While the image looks rich, the sound is on the thick side, with an undertone of hiss. It's rather like the cotton left in your head after waking from a strong potion. Oct 22, 2021 Full Review Sarah Boslaugh TheArtsStl Even if you choke a bit on the story and its premise, you can enjoy this film's superb black and white cinematography by André Thomas, expressive soundtrack by Georges Auric, and fabulous art direction by Terence Verity. Oct 19, 2021 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Laurel S I thought the movie was great. It was strange though. The strangeness did not make me dislike it. But 🤔 I felt like there was a major plothole with the antagonist Veronica. She had absolutely no motivation for her actions. It didn't feel genuine. Rated 4 out of 5 stars 12/22/22 Full Review bill t Completely crazy movie about a woman who has a normal life, man loves her, she's all set, when all of a sudden another man she meets at a cafe woos her with riches! A castle! Clothes! All the clothes he has there all fit her.. strange. And what's with all those mirrors? And the cat? And that woman downstairs? And that butler? And the costume ball? It's just very very very very weird. Seems to be a completely neglected movie, but really, it needs to be more recognized. Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars 03/30/23 Full Review Audience Member marks the film debut of the gr8 christopher lee of hammer horror fame Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars 01/21/23 Full Review Audience Member Beautiful to look at, but confusing and moody. Rated 3 out of 5 stars 02/27/23 Full Review Audience Member My name is Megan, and I am a fan of Star Trek: the Next Generation. I tried to resist, but the influence of my friend Katie, combined with a chance viewing in an anthropology course (of all things) and vague but fond recollections of it in my childhood have broken me down. I started checking out the episodes the public library had on tape starting last spring, and I finally broke down and started renting the season box sets on Netflix. Of course, this has led to some very fun times when Katie, Sarah L and I gather together to watch them and geek out together. And in all fairness, it was a damn good show, even if things like the sets and some of the makeup were not so good early on. That's just what I need -- something to make me even geekier. -------------------------------------------------------------- The first Film Series showings were this weekend. We had 90 people for [b]The Triplets of Belleville[/b] and around 20 for [b]The Fog of War[/b] (which I think is pretty damn good for a political documentary on a Saturday night). It's all finally coming together, which takes immeasureable stress off of my mind. The regular meetings have also started, but they're not going as well as I hoped. I can only seem to get around a half-dozen people at a time. It's perfectly possible to operate with that many people, but considering I'm sending out reminders to around 25 people or so, it's a bit disappointing. At least I have a couple of things to look forward to in the next couple of weeks: the Classic Horror Film Festival this weekend (where we will be showing the Universal versions of [b]Dracula[/b], [b]Frankenstein[/b], and [b]The Mummy[/b]), and the Anthro Club trip on the 14th to a members-only preview tour of a new exhibit on Macchu Picchu at the Field Musuem in Chicago. Normally, this would be the point where I add reviews, but I need to do some homework, so I must settle now for just ratings. Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to work on Fundamentals of Music homework while I listen to a borrowed copy of the [b]Bend It Like Beckham[/b] soundtrack. Rated 4 out of 5 stars 01/20/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Movie Info

      Synopsis In this atmospheric drama, Paul Mangin (Eric Portman) is a wealthy British artist fixated on history, particularly the Renaissance period. When Paul falls for Mifanwy Conway (Edana Romney), a pretty young woman, he begins to believe that he was her lover in an earlier life. While Paul's preoccupation with the past initially seems harmless, it grows to become an all-consuming obsession that takes over his life and threatens others, most notably the lovely Mifanwy.
      Director
      Terence Young
      Genre
      Drama
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (DVD)
      Oct 19, 2021
      Runtime
      1h 45m
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